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UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Natalie CopelandHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Natalie Copeland, BFA Musical Theatre senior, has been hired to perform in The Libertinis Group's upcoming romp through the animal kingdom - "GONE WILD." They will perform in the Annex Theatre opening April 25.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name: Nick MainHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Nicholas James Tarabini, Blake Cranston and Nick Main placed in the top 12 of 187 Musical Theatre scholarship competitors.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Blake Cranston Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Nicholas James Tarabini, Blake Cranston and Nick Main placed in the top 12 of 187 Musical Theatre scholarship competitors.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Nicholas James TarabiniHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Nicholas James Tarabini, Blake Cranston and Nick Main placed in the top 12 of 187 Musical Theatre scholarship competitors.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Jordyn BrownHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Jordyn Brown $500 scholarship to attend CAL Arts Summer Intensives
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Paul BugalloHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Paul Bugallo, BFA Performance senior, recently received a full tuition scholarship for a summer intensive at CAL Arts Summer Intensives
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Wayne OgleHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Wayne Ogle took First place in the Technical Olympics-Knots Individual and the CWU team, The Techicats, First place in the Knots relay
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Jackie YoungHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Jackie Young, Focal Press/Rafael Jean Award, for her design "A Night’s Dream of the Arthropods" at the recent KCACTF conference
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Joanne KirckofHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Joanne Kirckof took first place in the Kennedy Center Regional Costume Design Competition for her Design of "Nightingale"
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Chad L. OswaldHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Chad L. Oswald, BFA Performance senior, is one of only 16 invited to join the Professional Acting Conservatory program at the Art of Acting Studio. Over 800 applicants seek admission to the program each year. The Art of Acting Studio is located in Los Angeles, working with acting techniques developed by Stella Adler, Harold Clurman, and Constantin Stanislavsky, among others. Oswald will begin the program this fall.
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GRADUATE STUDENTS
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name: Justin AlmquistHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:MA Theatre Studies students Chelsea Roberts, Cassandra White, and Justin Almquist will be presenting papers at the national Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (April 3-5th). Chelsea will be giving a paper on “Re-Historicizing the Rhetoric of Avant-Garde Failure: Six Public Acts and Their Outcome(s).” Cassandra will be delivering a paper entitled "Walls of Books: Heretical Education in Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney." And Justin will be offering "Neo (Liberal) Classicism in Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love.”
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Cassandra WhiteHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:MA Theatre Studies students Chelsea Roberts, Cassandra White, and Justin Almquist will be presenting papers at the national Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (April 3-5th). Chelsea will be giving a paper on “Re-Historicizing the Rhetoric of Avant-Garde Failure: Six Public Acts and Their Outcome(s).” Cassandra will be delivering a paper entitled "Walls of Books: Heretical Education in Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney." And Justin will be offering "Neo (Liberal) Classicism in Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love.”
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Chelsea RobertsHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:MA Theatre Studies students Chelsea Roberts, Cassandra White, and Justin Almquist will be presenting papers at the national Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (April 3-5th). Chelsea will be giving a paper on “Re-Historicizing the Rhetoric of Avant-Garde Failure: Six Public Acts and Their Outcome(s).” Cassandra will be delivering a paper entitled "Walls of Books: Heretical Education in Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney." And Justin will be offering "Neo (Liberal) Classicism in Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love.”
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Lisa NewHouseHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:CWU BFA Performance graduates Tyson James Dailey, Heather King, Tom Lees, and Andrew Shanks join professional director, and CWU professor, Brenda Hubbard in Northwest Classical Theatre's production of "Antony and Cleopatra" running February 1 - March 10, 2013. They are supported by CWU MA candidate Lisa Newhouse, serving as dramaturg, and Portland scenic and lighting designer Derek Lane. see more at http://www.nwctc.org/
Submitted: August 7, 2012     Name:Mark DanielsHometown: Ogden, UTDepartment: Theatre Arts
News:Several of Daniel's, MA Theatre Production candidate and drama teacher at Weber High School, students auditioned for and with some of the touring cast of WICKED in Salt Lake City recently. "It was a great experience for the kids." says Daniels There were eight Utah high school students ultimately chosen to perform with some of the cast of WICKED, three of which are students of Daniels.
Submitted: October 19, 2011     Name:Payden AckermanHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Payden Ackerman's one-act play, BODY LANGUAGE, was recently selected and produced by the Attic Theatre Ensemble in Los Angeles, CA, as part of the 20th Annual Denise Ragan Wiesenmeyer One-Act Play Festival. Competing against four other provocative works, BODY LANGUAGE won the Audience Choice Award for Best Play. Payden is a first year graduate student at CWU, and is pursuing a M.A. in Theatre Studies.
Submitted: October 9, 2011     Name:Will RaglandHometown: Greenville, SCDepartment: Theatre Arts
News:Ragland will star in the Centre Stage production of SWEENEY TODD Oct 13-Nov 5. Centre Stage draws on Greenville (SC) as well as regional talent for its programming, which places particular emphasis on new works and established works of the modern repertoire.
Submitted: March 31, 2011     Name:Kate PiersonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:After offers for admission from two prestigious graduate programs, Pierson has accepted an offer from Florida State University, where she will continue her training pursuing a PhD. in Theatre. Pierson is the among first cohort graduating from the MA Theatre Studies program which began in 2009, drawing students from across the nation as well as abroad.
Submitted: February 1, 2011     Name:Kate PiersonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Kate Pierson was recently accepted into the PhD program at the University of Georgia - Athens. We wish her all success! Pierson will complete her oral defense of the MA thesis later this spring, and be among the first graduates of the Theatre Studies specialization.
Submitted: January 19, 2011     Name:Will RaglandHometown: Greenville, SCDepartment: Theatre Arts
News:Current MA Theatre Production candidate Will Ragland has been cast in two upcoming professional productions:Sweeney Todd at Centre Stage Theatre opening in October 2011 and the Emcee in Cabaret at Warehouse Theatre opening in late January 2012. Both theaters are in Greenville, SC
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FACULTY MEMBER
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Scott RobinsonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Robinson has recently been appointed as a member of the Washington State Thespian Society's advisory board.
Submitted: November 12, 2013     Name: Jessica PribbleHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Living up to the topic, CWU costume professor Jessica Pribble's new book, A Practical Guide to Greener Theatre, can now be downloaded for Kindle. The rest of us will have to wait for the print release on December 18. Pribble contributed three chapters to the new text, as well as a case study which focused on last season's production of The Tempest.
Submitted: June 6, 2013     Name: PATRICK DIZNEYHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:New Performance faculty announced for Fall 2013! PATRICK DIZNEY (Assistant Professor) received his MFA from the University of Washington, spent 6 years acting in NYC, and continues to work as an actor and director throughout the region. Credits include prime time television, national commercials, industrial videos, children’s theatre, two national tours, Off and Off-Off Broadway, feature and independent film, and Regional theatre including: Artists Repertory Theatre, Maine Shakespeare Festival, Texas Shakespeare Festival, Penobscot Theatre and Theatre! Theatre! He also wrote, produced and performed in his one person show Inveigler on Theatre Row in NYC. His directing credits include: 36 Views, Romeo and Juliet (at Idaho Rep), The Diviners, The Foreigner, Meatgrinder Waltz (at 13th Street Rep in NYC), If Dreams Came True by Mark Kuntz, and Convention by student playwright Dan Ericson. Recent acting roles include: Vershinen in Pultizer Prize winner Tracy Lett’s world premier adaptation of The Three Sisters at Artist’s Rep, Kenny in Theatre District (another world premier) by Richard Kramer of TV fame, and Father Flynn in Mount Baker Theatre’s production of Doubt by John Patrick Shanley. Dizney has been recently appointed as the Vice-Chair of the Kennedy Center American Theatre Festival's Region VII.
Submitted: June 6, 2013     Name:Brenda HubbardHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Faculty Member Showcases New Work... Please Save the Date! With laughter and sadness the epidemic of breast cancer and its individual impact is examined in DOUBLE EXPOSURE, a new play by Brenda Hubbard. Belinda Harris must come to grips with a newly discovered cancer which takes her on a revelatory journey as she comes to acknowledge her own mortality, while learning to live anew with her post cancer reality. Directed by the playwright, the cast will feature nationally renowned L.A & Seattle actor, Juleen Murray Shaw as Belinda and an all star ensemble including Joel Morello, Michael J. Smith, Karen Tate, Rob Harrison, Andrew Shanks, and Sarah Yeakel. The week long workshop exploration of this new work will culminate in two public readings on Aug. 4 & 5 at The Little Church, 5138 NE 23rd, Portland. Under Randall Stuart's leadership, Cerimon House, a not-for -profit sanctuary for the humanities will co-produce the event, and there is a suggested donation of $10. A post show discussion will be held on Aug. 4 following the reading and all are invited to attend, meet with the playwright and discuss the play and topic of breast cancer. A professional director, actor, playwright and master teacher, Hubbard has worked at some leading theatres throughout the country including the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Artists Repertory Theatre, San Jose Rep, Seattle Rep, A Contemporary Theatre, Empty Space and Portland Repertory where she served as the artistic director from 1986-1991. She has written four plays, a modern adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, an adaptation of Charles Dickens novel, A Christmas Carol, a rural serious-comedy, Concrete Dreams and now DOUBLE EXPOSURE. Residing in NE Portland, Brenda splits her professional life between the Rose City and Central Washington University, where she serves as a professor of theatre arts. She directed Antony and Cleopatra for Northwest Classical Theatre last winter and will be directing a winter production for Portland Actors Conservatory in 2014. Seating will somewhat limited so write today for ticket information and reservations to: Info@cerimonhouse.org
Submitted: March 28, 2013     Name:Dr Jay BallHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Dr. Jay Ball had his original adaptation of Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela's book A Human Being Died That Night produced as a staged reading at the African Literature Association national conference in Charleston, South Carolina this year. Gobodo-Madikizela, a former member of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, spent 46 hours in Pretoria's maximum security prison interviewing Eugene de Kock, the apartheid-era death squad commander nicknamed "Prime Evil." Ball's adaptation was performed by theatre students from the College of Charleston for an audience which included former South African Constitutional Court Justice Albie Sachs. According to conference organizers, this performance of Ball's play was one of the highlights of the conference. Dr. Ball currently serves as coordinator of the MA program in Theatre and Performance Studies. He is currently researching a book on South African political satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys and the utopian functions of "drag" performance.
Submitted: January 10, 2013     Name:Mark HaniukHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:The Museum of Culture and Environment at CWU opened its latest exhibit "Voices of the River: Life Along the Yakima" assisted by the talents of Theatre Arts scenic designer Marc Haniuk supported by Scene shop manager David Barnett, and Design and Production students Felipe D. J. Avalos and Erika Hinze. The theatre team "set the stage" for an outstanding exhibit by designing elements which unified an eclectic look at life on the Yakima River.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Scott RobinsonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Robinson has recently been appointed to the board of the Federal Way-based Centerstage Theatre.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Scott RobinsonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Robinson has been invited to present a workshop "Interviewing for College Theatre Design and Technology Programs" in multiple sessions at the Utah Theatre Association's annual conference. The conference will be held in Salt Lake City Jan 22-24, 2013
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Brenda HubbardHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:CWU BFA Performance graduates Tyson James Dailey, Heather King, Tom Lees, and Andrew Shanks join professional director, and CWU professor, Brenda Hubbard in Northwest Classical Theatre's production of "Antony and Cleopatra" running February 1 - March 10, 2013. They are supported by CWU MA candidate Lisa Newhouse, serving as dramaturg, and Portland scenic and lighting designer Derek Lane. see more at http://www.nwctc.org/
Submitted: October 5, 2012     Name:Scott RobinsonHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Theatre Arts department chair, Scott Robinson, has been invited to present a workshop "Marbling Fabric" at the upcoming Association of British Columbia Drama Educators (ABCDE), "Dueling Arts," held in the Vancouver Canada suburb, Surrey. This year's conference is being co-hosted by the ABCDE and Art Provincial Specialists' Association.
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STAFF MEMBER
Submitted: January 10, 2013     Name:David BarnettHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:The Museum of Culture and Environment at CWU opened its latest exhibit "Voices of the River: Life Along the Yakima" assisted with the talents of Theatre Arts scenic designer Marc Haniuk, supported by scene shop manager David Barnett, and design and production students Felipe D. J. Avalos and Erika Hinze. The theatre team "set the stage" for an outstanding exhibit by designing elements which unified an eclectic look at life on the Yakima River.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:Cat McMillenHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:"Dream Girls" National Tour Supported by Nine CWU Staff, Students, and Alum for Yakima, WA Performance Cwu-Theatre Arts Costume Shop Manager Catherine McMillen heads up a wig crew of, BFA Design and Production ’12 graduate, Lacey Halverson, and BFA hopeful Danielle Bulajewski. Drew T Gibbs, current BFA candidate, has signed on to the set construction crew; while Felipe D. J. Avalos is working as a rigger. The show's wardrobe is supported by BFA Design and Production ’12 grad, Brian Johnson; BFA candidates Spencer Clouse and Alicia Renee Burch; with Rae Hengst, a recent transfer student seeking a spot in the Design and Production program.
Submitted: 05-29-2007     Name:Laura ReinstatlerHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Has been hired to work as the Costume Shop Manager for Idaho Repertory Theatre's summer season.
Submitted: 02-17-2006     Name:Dave BarnettHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:David Barnett recently attended two sound conferences in Dallas, Texas. The first was called "Sound Reinforcement for Operators," where Barnett learned to operate, adjust and troubleshoot sound systems in order to achieve the best sound quality possible. The second conference, "Sound Reinforcement for Technicians," focused on the assembly and installation of sound systems based on venue space and production requirements.
Submitted: 12-22-2005     Name:Leslee CaulHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:This year's recipient of the CAH Staff Recognition Award, Leslee Caul, has established a thriving marketing department to support the Theatre Arts' degree programs and the productions of Central Theatre Ensemble, and launched a national ad campaign and marketing plan in 2005 that is causing quite a buzz both regionally and nationally. Caul was presented the award at a gathering of the college faculty and staff, hosted by CAH Dean Dr. Marji Morgan. Caul is a 1994 graduate of CWU's Department of English and has worked in the Department of Theatre Arts for 11 years.
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ALUMNI
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:EmilyRose FrascaHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Alex Garnett ’06 Performance graduate, joins EmilyRose Frasca , ’07 Performance graduate, in ArtsWest Playhouse's production of "The Little Dog Laughed," opening January 22.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Alex GarnettHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Alex Garnett ’06 Performance graduate, joins EmilyRose Frasca , ’07 Performance graduate, in ArtsWest Playhouse's production of "The Little Dog Laughed," opening January 22.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Ryan LandmannHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Ryan Landmann, 2009 MA Theatre Production graduate, is now teaching at University of Phoenix.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Will RaglandHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Will Ragland, 2012 MA Theatre Production graduate, reports that he is, “. . . terrified and thrilled to be a part of this Upstate [South Carolina] premiere in my home town's oldest theater.” Ragland will accomplish a life-long dream playing the role of “Javert’ in LES MISERABLES . The production will run at the Greenville Little Theatre May 30 - June 22.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Brian PopielarczykHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Brian Popielarczyk, 2012 BFA Design and Production graduate is now working at the University of Florida's Phillips Center Performing Arts as a technician. #CWUTheatre
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Emily UsherHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Former #CWUTheatre student, Emily Usher, begins her new position at Missoula Children's Theatre as Tour Actor/Director this month.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Darryl B. HovisHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:2007 MA Theatre Production graduate, Darryl B. Hovis, just began his new position as Education Director at The Chance Theatre, in Anaheim, CA
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Lauren PearsallHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:2011 BFA Performance graduate, Lauren Pearsall, returned this month to her alma mater, Redmond High School, directing "Bang Bang You're Dead." In the three-day run students raised$1452.75 for the non-profit To Write Love on her Arms. To Write Love on Her Arms is an American non-profit organization which aims to present hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide while also investing directly into treatment and recovery.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Brittany MenziesHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Brittany Menzies, 2011 BFA Musical Theatre graduate, went off on tour this month with Missoula Children's Theatre.
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Katie GeogheganHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Katie Geoghegan, 2010 MA Theatre Production graduate, was named Montana’s 2014 Theatre Teacher of the Year this weekend.
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OTHER
Submitted: March 25, 2014     Name:Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:CWU Hosts 1,000 High School Thespians at Festival. Playwriting, stage blood, wigs, masks, and teeth are among the topics covered in workshops offered during the Washington State Thespians Annual Festival this week at Central Washington University. More than 1,000 student thespians and adult chaperones from 38 state high schools are expected to attend the Thursday through Saturday conference. Students will participate in workshops, watch their peers perform in plays and musicals, compete for showcase performances, and audition for scholarships. CWU will award tuition waivers of $500 to $3,000 to the winning students, which can be used fall quarter at any CWU campus for any field of study. The numerous workshops will teach students about audition techniques and monologues, improvisation, acting in commercials, dialects, African dance, scene painting, stage lighting, and much more. A Thursday evening audition gives students a chance to perform in a musical production planned for Saturday’s closing ceremony. Washington State Thespians is a chapter of the Educational Theatre Association. The organization hosts multiple events to honor student achievement and support theater educators in Washington. The Educational Theatre Association is a national nonprofit organization with approximately 90,000 student and professional members. The association’s mission is to shape lives through theater education. It operates the International Thespian Society, an honorary organization that has inducted more than two million theater students since its founding in 1929. CWU offers bachelor of fine arts degrees in performance, design and production, and musical theater; and bachelor of arts degrees in theater studies, and film and video studies.
Submitted: December 22, 2012     Name:DepartmentHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Central Washington University’s Central Theatre Ensemble (CTE) production of Icarus: A New Noh in English was selected to participate in the 44th regional conference of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) to be held in Sacramento, California, in February. Icarus was one of only four productions selected for the conference, out 217 productions submitted by 64 colleges throughout the region. Icarus: A New Noh in English, directed by George Bellah 3, CWU professor, theatre arts, was created after several years of intensive training in the style of traditional Japanese Noh style. Bellah was eager to fuse the western myth and eastern performance style together in a single piece of drama. He has studied the performance aspects of Noh, a form of classical Japanese dance theatre, with the Noh Training Project, in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, since 2008. He has spent considerable time in Japan studying with Noh teachers, including a month-long sojourn in Tokyo. The play was written by Elise Forier-Edie, CWU professor of theatre arts. Forier has won playwriting awards from the Columbia Entertainment Company, Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission, and others. She has twice been invited to develop her works at the National Playwright's Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center. Kevin Salfen, professor, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, created a compelling score that deftly combines Eastern and Western musical motifs and provides a subtle counterpoint to the enduring themes of Icarus. Icarus: A New Noh in English premiered on March 1, 2012, on the CWU Ellensburg campus, and was subsequently performed at the Asian Studies Development Program International Conference, in Seattle on March 30, 2012 CTE last entered a production for festival consideration in the fall of 2007, and was invited to perform at the February 2008 KCACTF Region VII Festival held in Laramie, Wyoming. KCACTF Region VII consists of colleges and universities from nine states: Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, northern Nevada, and northern California. The goals of this national theater education program are to identify and promote quality in college-level theater production. To this end, each production entered is eligible for a response by a regional KCACTF representative, and selected students and faculty are invited to participate in KCACTF programs involving scholarships, internships, grants and awards for actors, directors, dramaturgs, playwrights, designers, stage managers, and critics at both the regional and national levels. Productions at the participating level are eligible for inclusion at the KCACTF regional festival and can also be considered for invitation to the KCACTF national festival at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC, and other awards, in the spring of 2013. Last year more than 1,300 productions were entered in the KCACTF involving more than 200,000 students nationwide. CWU has a tradition of incorporating Asian studies into cross-curricular activities. CWU is the only state institution that offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theatre and has 121 majors specializing in General Studies, Design and Production, Performance, and Musical Theatre.
Submitted: September 10, 2012     Name:New musical originates at CWUHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Mama Tomcats Flying School, winner of the 2008 CWU New Plays for Young Audiences and the 2009 CWU Theatre Arts Youth Tour has recently become a musical! http://bigdogplays.com/playdisplay.asp?playid=250
Submitted: May 19, 2012     Name:Hometown: ellensburgDepartment: Theatre Arts
News:Viewpoints workshop presented to Theatre Arts majors May 15 and 16 by Annie DeMartino, Education Director of the Longwharf Theatre, Hartford, CT.
Submitted: 10-18-2009     Name:Hometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:O'Neill Center's NATIONAL THEATRE INSTITUTE at CWU October 26 with workshops for students 2:30 and 4:00 pm
Submitted: 10-08-2009     Name:New play projectHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:Central Theatre Ensemble’s New Plays for Youth Playwriting Project has found great success. The first commissioned play, “Mama Tomcat’s Flying School,” by Spring Hermann, was the Youth Theatre Tour production in 2009, with a sold-out schedule. Seattle-based teacher and nationally renowned playwright Ramon Esquivel, will be in residence this winter to begin the development process for his new play, “Luna.” Staged readings will be presented for the public and for invited elementary school audiences winter 2010, with the play slated for the 2012 Youth Theatre Tour. “Luna” is the story of a young girl who has trouble making friends because her family is always moving on to the next seasonal job. In an effort to find a lasting bond she befriends the moon in this stirring story of the isolation that often plagues the children of migrant workers.
Submitted: 10-08-2009     Name:MA Theatre StudiesHometown: Department: Theatre Arts
News:CWU is now proud to offer the only academic-focused Master of Arts degree in the State. This first-year program is off to a vibrant start with enrollment at full capacity with a growing interest and enthusiasm from prospective new students. The cohort includes students from Washington, Florida, Texas and Colorado, as well as an international student from Lebanon who is also a Fulbright Scholar.
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